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Originally posted by sirhumperdink
reply to post by cody599
someones trolling for stars and flags
you just taught the readers how to make low quality spaghetti..... wooooooooo!
Originally posted by mamabeth
reply to post by cody599
Sound pretty good.People should also start learning to be more creative
in using left-overs.If you don't want to eat any left-overs now,freeze them,
or can them.
Originally posted by Biigs
you dont need the ketchup at all.
Just simmer a can of tomatoes chopped or whole (but break up the whole ones to a size of your liking) simmer that with a pinch of slat sugar pepper for 10 minutes. A whole garlic is very cheap and you only need one or two small cloves from it, chopped finely, to add a very nice additional burst of flavor.
If you happen to have any basil or herbs, put a pinch of that in right at the end, just a minute or two before the pasta is ready, if you add it too early the flavor seems to evaporate away.
extremely tasty and filling meal for barley any money, I eat it once a week or soedit on 17-3-2013 by Biigs because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by snowspirit
Even cheaper if you have fresh tomatoes.
A bit of olive oil in a frying pan.
Finely chop 2 to 5 cloves of garlic.
Add to oil, cook slow til golden.
Add a chopped tomato (not canned)
Add a bunch of basil, fresh or dried.
Salt, pepper to taste.
Optional extras: chopped onion, celery, bell pepper, black olives, oregano.
Put over cooked, hot, whole grain pasta and melt in grated cheese while still hot.
Macaroni or other small pastas work best.
Serves one or two people
More people, just use more of everything.
^^Pladium's sounds really good too. I think I might try that. Concentration on banana peppers there. Nice and fresh sounding alsoedit on 17-3-2013 by snowspirit because: (no reason given)
I don't know what I'd do without my banana peppers. I usually set out 10 or so banana pepper plants in the spring and it produces more than enough for me. A good tip for growing peppers is to add a little Epsom salt to the soil and you will be surprised how much larger the peppers will grow.
Pladuimedit on 17-3-2013 by Pladuim because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by spoonbender
Do you have a name for this dish...
"Poor Mans Pasta 47"
I would really try for the olive oil
and some tomato paste instead of catsup
but @ least its better than
a pack of ramen